Job Title : Field Supervisor
Project : Start Small Initiative
Reports to : Project Manager
Job location : Southern Province
- Prepare annual plans that are consistence with general framework of the project’s interventions.
- Co-ordinate project and administrative activities in the assigned areas of responsibility.
- Shall interpret the project’s core objectives to staff in the field stations and other stakeholders.
- Stimulate communities and schools to take change attitudes and cultural parameters that deprive and marginalize the poor.
- Conduct participatory appraisals to identify causes of depravation and with communities / school initiate plans how to address those issues.
- Provide necessary skills in strengthening pro-poor leadership structures and skills to maintain action solidarity and clubs.
- Motivate communities and schools to identify and use their own resources to address development issues
- In participatory manner design and implement, monitor, and evaluate project interventions within the defined community.
- Develop project annual operating plans with corresponding budgets.
- Prepare quarterly/annual funding forecasts.
- Review and submit monthly project financial and management reports.
- Prepare and submit quarterly/annual project progress reports
- Maintain proper internal controls, ensuring compliance with pre-determined AEE requirements, controls, and procedures.
- Field co-coordinator shall supervise staff and volunteers in the assigned area.
- Participate in induction and orientation of new staff and community volunteers.
- Collaborate and network with other NGO’s, government department, church leaders and community leaders, ensuring participation of all Stakeholders in program quality and innovation.
- Ensure that Christian values, activities, devotion, and church relation achieve optimum attention and commitment by all staff within the project.
- Conduct staff appraisal and inform the concerned staff on areas that require improvement.
- Motivate, encourage, and supervise staff under his or her charge.
- Implement audit recommendations.
- Perform any other duties as assigned by the Program Co-ordinator.
- Have a bachelor’s degree in Community Development Studies, Education, Social Studies, Public Health, Economics, Management, and other related studies,
- Have a Rwandan nationality
- Have a minimum of four (4) years’ experience
- Have a minimum of two (2) years in leadership position
- Have a strong participatory-building and leadership skills
- Be fluent in Kinyarwanda and English
- Have a valid driving license of Motorcycle (A)
- Be a Born-again Christian who is compassionate.
- Should not be above 40 years old.
- Expression of interest letter
- Updated CV (maximum 2 pages) with contact details
- 3 references
- Copies of educational qualifications
- Church recommendation
- Criminal Background Record
- Copy of National Identity card.
- Copy of Driving License (Class A)
How to Apply
- Qualified and interested candidates should submit their application documents written in English addressed to AEE Rwanda Executive Secretary exclusively to: firstname.lastname@example.org by May 10th, 2021 not later than 01:00pm Kigali time.
N.B. Only selected candidates will be contacted for tests.
Done at Kigali, May 4th, 2021.
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